Author Topic: How do I get cd's that I have ripped to become part of the vinyl soft library?  (Read 365 times)

skullkrusher

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So I have my tapes and albums already in my library of course, thats done automatically when I record. Now my questions is...I want all of my music as part of my vinyl soft library, so that If I choose too I can print the entire thing out. I have watched a couple of your tutorials and get the gist of it. It has taken a little over 3 years just to get my cassettes and albums done, It looks like I may have to do them one at a time (cd's)? What is the best way to import the files into vinyl soft with out loosing file integrity so they become a part of that library? Thanks for any suggestions...Duane
« Last Edit: July 27, 2020, 07:41:20 am by skullkrusher »

Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft)

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Hi,

Are you on Windows or Mac please?  The procedure differs.

skullkrusher

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Sorry, Windows 10 Pro. ver. 2004 Exp. pack 120.2212.31.0

I actually figured a very good solution out. I have all the albums loaded in Itunes. I was able to actually print from there for now, Itunes does have the option to print, so I printed the entire collection to a PDF. So thats handled.

Would still like to load everything in vinylstudio so they are not scattered in two different folder's music 1 and music 2 / Tapes and Albums in one and cd's in the other. again thanks....Duane
« Last Edit: July 27, 2020, 10:01:58 pm by skullkrusher »

Paul Sanders (AlpineSoft)

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Hi,

Can you not just drag the tracks to the desired folder in Windows Explorer?  This would be easier than importing them into VinylStudio and then saving them again.